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Robert E. Carlson

President

Chabot College

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Chabot College

Building 1500, Room 1556 25555 Hesperian Boulevard

Hayward, California,94545

United States

Company Description

The Chabot College Fire Technology Program is one of the longest running programs in the San Francisco Bay Area and the State of California, and is located at: 25555 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, California. See below for an interactive map. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Bishop

Jefferson City diocese


Vice President for Academic Affairs

Casper College


Executive Director

University of New Mexico Campus at Gallup , New Mexico


Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer

University of New Mexico


Special Counsel

U.S. Office of Special Counsel


Bishop

Pius XII Newman Center


President and Vice President

San Diego Karting Association


Manager of Economic Development

San Diego Community College District


Dean of Instruction

Miramar College


Affiliations

Fund for Excellence

Founder


Education

associate degree

School of Technical Careers at Southern Illinois University


bachelor's degree

education

Southern Illinois University


doctoral degree

education and business administration

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


doctorate in Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University


doctorate in education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


doctorate in education

Virginia Tech


master's degree

community college and adult education

Southern Illinois University


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History: CARE Member Contributions

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A new President with a Tech/Voc background, Dr. Robert Carlson, was brought in to preside over some massive changes including reduction in units for the Associate of Science (AS) degree.
22 About this same time, the Senate found itself embroiled in a long investigation of a faculty member's grievance against President Carlson. 24 As the conflict heated up, the Senate was able to extract a promise from Dr. Carlson that he would report to the Senate on all budget matters. 29 Allegedly, a member of the Chabot Foundation was employed by one of the power companies, and President Carlson was aware of the conflict of interest, leading to another Faculty v Administration conflict. 30 Shortly thereafter, President Carlson retired to be replaced by Dr. Celia Barberena.


History: CARE Member Contributions

www.care-news.org [cached]

In 2002, Chabot hired Dr. Robert Carlson, who had a background in the technical/vocational area, specifically, in welding.
Carlson handled the job of president in a low-key but reasonably effective manner. Like previous presidents, Dr. Carlson updated college governance plans, reshaping the way the College Council was used, giving it the responsibility of creating a strategic plan for the college, and other governance issues. Some faculty believed, however, that the College Council usurped some functions which had previously been the purview of the Faculty Senate. By this time, the faculty union had also assumed several of the traditional senate functions. The result was a considerably weakened senate and a stronger executive presence. Dr. Carlson attended senate meetings regularly, and senators complained that many college decisions were announced only after they were made, without any senate input. When accreditation time came around for the first time in Carlson's tenure, he showed little interest in the process, perhaps because he lacked a full understanding of its importance. Staff members who were responsible for compiling the report expressed great frustration at his lack of interest and participation. Chabot, with Carlson at the helm, lagged behind with their plans, resulting in large cost overruns and a very slow start. Dr. Carlson retired in 2008. He spent the last semester of his contract as a Vice Chancellor (one of three) at the district office. Robert Carlson still lives in Hayward. He bought; he didn't rent.


Official Chabot College Website

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Almost five years ago, Chabot's former President, Dr. Robert Carlson, had the vision and leadership to work with a group of volunteers to give birth to what is the Chabot College Foundation of today: an energetic and involved Board who are dedicated to bringing resources to the campus while expanding the college's image throughout the service area.


Chabot College Foundation

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The highlight of the evening was the honoring of Dr. Robert Carlson, who retired as President of Chabot College after 38 years of dedicated service to higher education.


Chabot College Foundation

www.chabotcollege.com [cached]

The highlight of the evening was the honoring of Dr. Robert Carlson, who is retiring as President of Chabot College after 38 years of dedicated service to higher education.


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